Apple iOS 16.1 update is here, and it includes a lot of new features that people have been waiting for.
A few weeks after its release, this would be one of the major updates that whole iPhone enthusiasts have anticipated for a long time.
Here are five upcoming features in this month’s iOS update:
Clean Energy charging
Clean Energy charging is a new feature that will come with iOS 16.1. It’s available in the Settings app and works with both wired and wireless charging.
The feature will automatically is all set to reduce the carbon footprint when your device’s current battery. This means if cleaner energy is coming from the grid, this option will change the charging times.
The iOS development agency can utilize this feature to make their apps unique. It seems like this iOS version would open up more opportunities for businesses.
Battery Percentage tweaks
The battery percentage tweaks are the most interesting feature in this update. It will allow you to see the battery percentage on your lock screen in the status bar, and it even has a new icon that looks like an hourglass with a lightning bolt through it.
The new battery level indicator shows you how much power is left until your next charging session (or if it’s still plugged in).
Live Activities are a new feature in iOS 16.1 that will redefine your experience of using the newly introduced dynamic island on the iPhone 14 Pro.
Even if your phone is locked, you would not be totally shut out from the activities that you are tracking in your phone as it would now be visible on your lock screen. This includes a sneak peek at all real-time information on your lock screen.
Apple Fitness+ With Just an iPhone
Apple Fitness+ is a new app that you can use without an Apple Watch. It tracks your activity, heart rate and sleeps, as well as gives you ways to improve your fitness through guided workouts, stretching and other exercises.
This means all the real-time health information will now be available on your phone.
Volume Swipe toggle for Airpods Pro 2
Airpods Pro 2 will come with a volume swipe toggle, which you can use to control the volume by swiping on the left and right sides of the earbud. As per iOS development agency feature will be available in iOS 16.1 (due out in October), but its availability depends on how Apple implements it into its software update process.
If they decide that this feature should be included in all future iOS releases, then it should be available immediately after installing iOS 16.1 on your device; however, if they decide that only certain users need access to this feature now because they’re too advanced for their own good (i.e., teenagers), then this option won’t appear until later down the line when everyone else has already updated their devices with new features.
Yes, it’s time to get excited about iOS 16.1. Apple has been working on this update for a while, and it seems like everything will come together for a great experience for users.